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October 07, 1994 - Image 142

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-07

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Your child describes the Anti-Semitic incident at
School and chokingly says, "I didn't know what to do."

How Can You Best Help Yourself and Your Family Cope?


-; Anti-Defamation [eague ® rix..uorAN



Sheri Schiff
Ruth Beitner
Hilary Isakow


Jill Berlin
Roz Blanck
Cheryl Bloom
Shelley Boschan
Sue Ann Canvasser
Wendy Talan Edelson
Lisa Ellias
Beth Erman
Earle Erman
Barry Goodman

Robert J. Gordon
Tammy Gorosh
Beth Aviv Greenbaum
Janet Gubkin
Karen Gunsberg
Betsy Heuer
Nancy Hodari
Debby Frank Lesser
David Linden
Fran Gross Linden

(in formation)

Deena Lockman
Judy Silberg Loebl
Lorraine Lotzoff
Sue Luria
Carol Maisels
Arleen Miller
Ella Modell
Richard Nodel
Diane Orley
Harriet Orley

Leonard Sahn
Robin Sandler
Judi Schram
Lori Simon
Linda Sircus
Linda Soberman
Harvey Solway
Nancy Solway
Barbara Tronstein
Wendy Wagenheim

Wednesday, October 26, 1994


Maple/Drake Campus-Shiffman Hall
Dessert Reception — 7:00 p.m.

Program — 7:30 p.m. sharp!
Program will conclude promptly at 9:30 p.m.

$25 per couple / $15 per individual

Price includes a set of video scenarios with support materials for personal use.

While personal incidents of anti-Semitism may not make the news,
they are often upsetting to children and adults alike.
The information and skills taught during this workshop are designed
for families and individuals who may encounter anti-Jewish feelings.

For reservations, send your name and a check to
Anti-Defamation League
4000 Town Center, Suite 420, Southfield, MI 48075



For information call (810) 355-3730


The Michigan Regional Advisory Board is happy to be able to provide
this vital program for our community.

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Parenting Center
Classes Begin

The Work of our Hands is a class
in time for Chanukah. Learn to
crochet and create original kip-
pot for family and friends. Mate-
rials will be available at class.
Join Philicia Brin Thursdays, 7 -
8:30 p.m. at the Applebaum Jew-
ish Parenting Center, 4200 Wal-
nut Lake Road, West Bloomfield.
The class starts Oct. 10.
Behind the Veil-A Closer Look
At the Book of Esther offers new
insights, perspectives and ques-
tions. A working knowledge of
Hebrew is not required. Join
Ruth Bergman Mondays, 7:30 -
9 p.m. at the Applebaum Jewish
Parenting Center. The class
starts Oct. 10.
Torah Study and Facts is a
class teaching new meaning and
relevance in each weekly Torah
portion. Commentary, interpre-
tation and discussion will give in-
sights into the Torah. Bring a
dairy lunch; a beverage will be
provided. This class will be led by
Rabbi Irwin Groner, Rabbi
William Gershon and Rabbi
Leonardo Bitran Mondays, noon
-1 p.m. at the Parenting Center.
The class starts Oct. 10.
First Grade Hebrew Coach is
a new offering for parents with
first graders at Hillel Day School
and Shaarey Zedek Religious
School. Learn to help coach your
child. A special beginners Hebrew
reading class will meet at 6:45
p.m. There will be two sessions
offered simultaneously. One sec-
tion will follow the Hillel cur-
riculum; the other will follow the
Shaarey Zedek Religious School
curriculum. The class begins Oct.
13, 7:30 - 9 p.m. at the Parenting
The Parenting Center will of-
fer parent-child workshop lead
by Carol Rock. Discover the joys
of appreciating and creating art
in this class for Mom or Dad and
your 3-5-year-old child. Painting,
collage and clay will be
introduced. Wear appropriate
clothes and bring smocks for you
and your child on Thursdays,
6:45 - 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18, 25, Nov.
1, 8, 15, 22 at the Parenting Cen-
Pre-Natal Exercise which fol-
lows the guidelines of the Amer-
ican College of Obstetrics and
Gynecology. The class starts Oct.
14 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the
Parenting Center.
Step-Parenting: Making the
Whole Thing Work explores top-
ics to help understand this
unique kind of family. Join
Joanne Aronoff Wednesdays, 7
- 8:30 p.m. at the Parenting Cen-
ter. The class starts Oct. 12.
Evenings at the Kitchen Table
meets Tuesdays, 7 - 8 p.m. Oct.

11, 18, 25, Nov. 1 and 8 at the
Parenting Center.
Sharing Jewish Life with Your
Children and Grandchildren ex-
plores new ways to share tradi-
tions. Join Susan Barr Tuesdays,
7:30 - 9 p.m. at the Parenting
Center. The class starts Oct. 12.
Parenting-The First 100 Days
starts Oct. 18 from 7:30 - 9 p.m.
at the Parenting Center.
There is a fee for the classes.
Call Shelley Steinberg, 681-5353,
to reserve a place.

Address Forum

Governor John Engler and gu-
bernatorial candidate Howard
Wolpe will speak at the next Fed-
eration Forum at 11:30 a.m. Oct.
17 in the Southfield Radisson
Sponsored by the Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan Detroit
and the Jewish Community
Council, the Federation Forum
will providfe an opportunity for
both candidates to discuss issues
of public education, financing and
reform, casino gambling, the
state's business climate and tax
policy for both individuals and
Governor John Engler, the Re-
publican candidate, is seeking a
second consecutive term. Demo- \-\
crat Howard Wolpe is the chal-
Lunch will be served, and
there is a charge. For details, call
Fern Hobermen Kepes, (810) 642-

Machon Plans
Annual Retreat

Machon L'Torah will hold its an-
nual retreat Oct. 14 - 16, at the
Ramada Inn of Windsor. The re-
treat, titled "A Weekend for the
Jewish Mind," will feature a two-
track program designed for par-
ticipants with varied interests
and backgrounds. This year's
scholars in residence will include
Rabbi Mordechai Becher, senior
lecturer at the Tannenbaum Col-
lege/Ohr Somayech of Jerusalem,
Israel and currently Ohr So-
mayech of Thornhill, Ontario.
The rabbi served as a chaplain in
the Israel Defense Force. He au-
thored and developed various
works in contemporary Jewish
law and Judaica software. Rabbi
Ezriel Tauber of Monsey, New
York is the founder of numerous
educational institutions.
For information, call the Ma-
chon office, (810) 967-0888.

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